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Ours is just another civilization to populate the planet

It is possible that, just as many other advanced civilizations in the past, ours is heading towards an imminent collapse? This is just one of the questions to which one NASA study tries to answer.

The study, sponsored in part by the Goddard Space Flight Center suggests that our civilization, as we know, could come to an abrupt end in the coming decades due to a number of factors.

If we look back to 3000/5000 years, there is clearly shown how advanced and complex civilization were just as susceptible to collapse. This recurrent pattern has led researchers to question the future existence of the company and today’s civilization.

If we could look back even further, perhaps 10,000 years ago, perhaps we will have evidence of advanced civilizations that preceded the pre-Inca civilizations, Olmec and the Egyptian civilization to say nothing of other advanced civilizations in Mesopotamia.

It is hard to overlook the repeated similarities that scholars have identified in these civilizations and the study funded by NASA would have produced clear evidence of similar pathways that they would take ancient civilizations on earth. This is seen as a clear sign that civilization on Earth was reset many times.

Ours is just another in popular culture the planet.

Mesopotamian empires, Maya, the fall of the Empire are all witnesses of how fragile civilization are.

What brings a civilization to collapse?

The study came to the conclusion that there are two basic social characteristics that have contributed to the collapse of each individual advanced civilizations of the past

  • Increased demand for resources
  • Economic social differences in society

These two phenomena have played a central role in the collapse phase, at least the last few 5000 years.

Although our technologically advanced present (at least according to our canons), does not mean that we are exempt from a possible chaos. In the study we find that:

” Technological change can increase the efficiency of resource use, but it also tends to increase both the per capita consumption of resources that they extract of the scale, so that the effects of the effects of policies and an increased consumption, often compensate greater efficiency in the use of resources “

One of the greatest examples of ancient civilization advanced disappearance is found in Mesopotamia.

Ours is just another civilization to populate the planet

Let’s take a quick look at the Mayan people, ancient civilization with a very advanced knowledge, but we also find them different factors that played a crucial role in their disappearance. Many believe that the famine, deforestation and drought are the basis of the disappearance of the Maya people, factors which we also present in the disappearance of other civilizations in the world.

Motesharrei and his colleagues conclude that under conditions that closely reflects the reality of today. The collapse is difficult to avoid. Civilizations have come and gone, many more  than those we think we know, and which were probably even much more advanced than ours.

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Could be.


fucking cunts the people admin this page . they’re joke,s love to slap them with my alien cock


We aren’t civilised at all!


Depressing! Ain’t it? No wonder the Bible hints at amnesia,deliberately coded into our genes so we wouldnt see ourselves as perrenial failures.


Is already collapsing




Looks like a structure from the Minoan Age.


What if – planet Earth is a nursery planet, like I have felt for years. Beings are created (you take your pick as to who or what creates life on this planet) and the beings are in a test to see just how they react to different problems and the civilizations who react appropriately are then relocated to another planet somewhere way out there in space and the civilizations that do not react appropriately are eradicated and then a new civilization is created to go through the same test. Remember, I said WHAT IF?